Moritzburg Art Museum, Halle an der Saale

Visitor address and postal address

Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale)
Friedemann-Bach-Platz 5
06108 Halle (Saale)

T: +49 345 21259-0
F: +49 345 20299-90

Guided tours and events

T: +49 345 21259-73     
Servicezeiten: Di 9–13 Uhr | Do 13–17 Uhr

Museum ticket desk | Security

T: +49 345 21259-11 | +49 345 21259-0

Visitor address

Kunstmuseum Moritzburg Halle (Saale)
Friedemann-Bach-Platz 5
06108 Halle (Saale)

Barrier-free access

Moritzburg Art Museum, Halle an der Saale is fully accessible. For people with physical disabilities, the lift and stairlift provide step-free access to all exhibitions and the cloakroom and toilet areas. A wheelchair is available at the museum ticket desk.

Hier finden Sie Informationen zu unseren barrierefreien museumspädagogischen Angeboten


Friedemann-Bach-Platz parking

73 paid parking spaces directly in front of the museum


Friedemann-Bach-Platz parking

Two coach parking spaces directly in front of the museum

Local and long-distance transport

You can get here on local and long-distance trains via Halle central station. The town of Halle an der Saale has excellent links to the new ICE express train line between Berlin and Munich, and the Central German rapid-transit S-Bahn service. From the central station, tram 7 (Kröllwitz) takes you straight to the Moritzburgring tram stop. From there, it is just a couple of steps to the entrance of the art museum.

Monday10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Tuesday10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Thursday10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Friday10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Saturday10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Sunday10 a.m.–6 p.m.

Einlasszeiten Sonderausstellung

Der Rundgang durch die Sonderausstellung ist alle 60 Minuten möglich.

10.30 Uhr, 11.30 Uhr, 12.30 Uhr, 13.30 Uhr, 14.30 Uhr, 15.30 Uhr, 16.30 Uhr

Public holidays 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
24 and 31 Decemberclosed

Additional offers

Audio guide

2 euros (5-euro deposit)

Photo permit

2 euros

Yearly pass

70 euros | concessions 50 euros

Children’s audio guide

free of charge (deposit: 5 euros)

Group rates and concessions

(Kopie 24)

Children up to 18: free admission!

For groups of 10 or more (prices per person) and the “Blue Hour” (from 5 p.m.), concessionary admission prices apply.

Information on concessionary admission prices

We are part of the Schlüsselbund Hallesche Museen initiative. Find out more here:


Wer mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln anreist (S‑Bahn, Zug, Bus, Tram) erhält bei Vorlage einer aktuellen Bahnfahrkarte oder eines MDV-Verbundtickets 2 Euro Ermäßigung auf den Eintrittspreis. Der Rabatt muss vor dem Kauf des Tickets nachgewiesen werden. Nachträgliche Barauszahlungen sind nicht möglich.

All-in-one ticket

12 euros | concessions 9 euros

This ticket gives you access to the entire museum, including the big 1,500 square-metre special exhibition "Bauhaus Masters Modernism. THE COMEBACK”, plus the “PATHS OF MODERNISM” sections of the permanent exhibition on the art of the secessionist movement c. 1900 and in the Soviet Occupation Zone / GDR between 1945 and 1990.


Season ticket 35 euros | concessions 30 euros
This ticket can only be bought from the museum ticket desk, and entitles you to visit the exhibition any number of times while it is valid.


Online ticket
The all-in-one ticket can be conveniently bought in advance from the Kulturstiftung Sachsen-Anhalt ticket shop:

Individual tours

Want to get to know the museum and its collections better – along with your friends, co-workers or a tour group? We will be happy to put together a package to suit your private tour.

Further information on available tours:

Weitere Informationen zum Führungsangebot

Public tours

Public tours take place at regular intervals through the main exhibition, the handicrafts and design study collection and the special exhibitions.

Upcoming events can be found in our events calendar:


Contact person

Kathrin Seupt
T: +49 345 21259-73
Servicezeiten: Mo bis Do 9–16 Uhr | Fr 9–12 Uhr

The bastion of modernism

History and the modern age blend seamlessly into one another in Saxony-Anhalt’s art museum thanks to an award-winning architectural tactic. The ruins of the late Gothic building were left in their original state, with exhibition galleries – known as “white cubes” – literally “hung” inside them, the entire construction topped off by a lightweight, angular roof. And it is precisely this fascinating dialogue between the old and the new that you will encounter again and again during your visit – and down to the tiniest structural detail.

It is not without reason that the Moritzburg Art Museum, Halle an der Saale has become one of the most important German museums of classical modernism. Alongside exhibits dating from antiquity to the present, the focus is on the permanent display “Paths of Modernism”, which presents graphics, handicrafts, painting, photography, design and coins from the 20th century. Sensational special exhibitions regularly attract art lovers from all over the world to Halle.

Moritzburg Castle itself, however, also has a lot of stories to tell: originally built c. 1480 as an archbishop's residence, it was heavily damaged by fire during the Thirty Years' War, only partly restored after 1900 and given its magnificent new building in 2008. Its original military use is still reflected in features such as the ramparts, moat and various battlements.

Upcoming Events

Mar 15
11.00 Uhr
Öffentliche Führung – Dauerausstellung
zur Veranstaltung
Mar 24
16.00 Uhr
Lehrerinformationsveranstaltung zur Sonderausstellung „Karl Lagerfeld. Fotografie. Die Retrospektive“
zur Veranstaltung
Apr 19
11.00 Uhr
Öffentliche Führung – Dauerausstellung
zur Veranstaltung
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